The National Press Photographers Foundation (NPPF) is offering the Bob & Millie Lynn Grant to encourage photojournalists to pursue stories that expose the side of American society that tends to be under-covered and ignored.
Donor Name: National Press Photographers Foundation (NPPF)
State: All States
County: All Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $4,000
The Bob Lynn Grant is awarded annually to a photojournalist to aid in creating and executing a significant project that will shed light on important social issues.
- All taxes and expenses are the responsibility of the recipient of The Bob & Millie Lynn Grant. The recipient must provide a U.S. Taxpayer Identification number upon acceptance of the grant.
- NPPF will pay $4,000 upon award of The Bob & Millie Lynn Grant.
- The Bob & Millie Lynn Grant is open to professional photojournalists or students who are current residents of the United States.
- Staff photographers are eligible but must arrange time off from their employer to complete the project.
- To enter, here is what is required:
- A project summary (100 words or less).
- A Statement of Purpose (750 words maximum).
- A working headline for your proposal, boil it down to the basics.
- A proposed timeline for the project, including how you expect to use the grant.
- Three References: Names, email addresses, phone numbers and a brief statement describing your relationship with the references.
- Portfolio: Single pictures or picture stories or videos that illustrate your ability.
- Links to your website, to published projects or to a listing of books or shows produced may be included.
For more information, visit NPPF.